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by regalhank on August 20, 2005 04:22 AM

Is there any way to make a syngonium which wants to drape over the pot and vine, stand up straight short of staking it to a piece of wood or something? I'd prefer the mounded look but it clearly wants to drape over.
by Will Creed on August 20, 2005 04:47 AM
Syngonium grows along the ground or climbs up tree trunks in its natural habitat. It is not built to support itself.

To get a "mounded look," you would have to plant many plants in the same pot, provide lots of strong light, and prune the back whenever they got tall enough to lean over.

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